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Competence through Coaching

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

Competence through Coaching

Athletes do it, actors do it; even executives do it. What do they all have in common? They all hire coaches who can help them to improve their performance. No matter what you hear or read in the press or popular literature, no one is self-made. They all had help. They had a mentor, an experienced friend, or a coach that helped them find their way through the various challenges in their paths – to get from where they were to where they wanted to be. Time is the one thing that most people can’t get enough of, and so if someone who has done...

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From Discouragement to Encouragement

Posted by on Aug 6, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

From Discouragement to Encouragement

Everyone experiences discouragement at one time or another. It’s part of life. Quite often, things just don’t turn out the way we would like them to, and no matter how hard we try, we can’t seem to get the results we want. The problem is that discouragement can be paralyzing; and so if you don’t have a plan for how to deal with it, then there’s a real danger that you won’t be able to when it comes. It’s been said that it’s lonely at the top and for that reason alone leaders may suffer from discouragement more than anyone else...

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How to Avoid Burnout

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

How to Avoid Burnout

A sure sign of overtraining is that you stop looking forward to your workouts. You’re no longer interested in running, walking, swimming, cycling, or whatever your preferred sport is. Despite what could be years of enthusiastic participation, the thought of the next session feels more like a drudgery than a joy. And this can create turmoil inside, because while the spirit feels obligated, the body can’t be bothered. The same thing can happen at work. Just like the athlete whose endorphins cause him or her to do too much, so, too, can you...

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Post “First 100 Days” Master Class

Posted by on Jun 12, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

Post “First 100 Days” Master Class

Leap Consulting Services led the inaugural “First 100 Days” Master Class in Istanbul, Turkey from June 8-10. The program provided the opportunity for a diverse group of CEOs, Deputy Governors and leaders from the private and public sectors in Saudi Arabia, Dubai, and the United States in different industries such as Wastewater, Banks, IT , Environment and Automotive, to come together and learn ten critical success strategies for their next 100 days. This included: Easy to learn methods in a First 100 Day Action Plan Hands-on-tools...

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Inaugural the “First 100 Days” Master Class in Istanbul, Turkey

Posted by on Jun 2, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

Inaugural the “First 100 Days” Master Class in Istanbul, Turkey

  Canadian based Leap Consulting Services, headed by Nissrine Ghannoum and the Saudi Leaders Development Center will inaugurate the “First 100 Days” Master Class in Istanbul, Turkey on June 8th, 2014. This state-of-the-art Executive onboarding program is designed by Robert Hargrove, best-selling author of “Your First 100 Days in a New Executive Job” and former Director of the Harvard Leadership Research Project.   The Master Class is designed specifically for leaders who are about to, or who have already taken on, a new...

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First 100 Days Master Class in Istanbul Turkey 8-10 June 2014

Posted by on May 21, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

First 100 Days Master Class in Istanbul Turkey 8-10 June 2014

First 100 Days for Leaders Executive Onboarding Master Class│June 8-10, 2014│Istanbul, Turkey   The “First 100 Days” Master Class is a state of the art Executive onboarding and coaching program that can dramatically increase the odds of your leadership success. Held at the Gorrion Hotel in Istanbul, Turkey from June 8-10, 2014 the program will equip the participants with World-Class approaches and cutting-edge success strategies to accelerate their business transition.  . Grounded in Robert Hargrove’s latest book, Your First...

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Leap Consulting Services has been selected to deliver the “First 100 Days” Master Class in Turkey

Posted by on May 10, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

Leap Consulting Services has been selected to deliver the “First 100 Days” Master Class in Turkey

    Ottawa, Canada – in April 2014, the Canadian Leap Consulting Services (www.leapcs.ca) has signed an agreement with the Leaders Development Center based in Saudi Arabia, to deliver “The First 100 Days”,  a 3-Day Executive Onboarding Master Class in Istanbul, Turkey from June 8th – 10th, 2014. As experts in organizational and individual leadership development, Leap Consulting Services helps organizations LEAD forward to exponential growth with programs that help Executives and leaders at all levels in Leadership Development,...

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The Art of Saying ‘No’

Posted by on Mar 20, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

The Art of Saying ‘No’

  In every role in an organization, one of the greatest challenges today is to know how and when to say ‘No’.  That may be perhaps, in the past at least, promotions were given to those who could accomplish the most by saying yes to every business opportunity and every request. Busyness – 60, 80, 100 hour weeks, however, are no longer a sign of success. The fact is that you’re effective for much less time than that. Sometimes you focus on the wrong work or the right work at the wrong time. And so the key is to start...

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Smart Leaders Hire Smarter Employees

Posted by on Feb 27, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

Smart Leaders Hire Smarter Employees

One of the challenges that every manager faces is to attract and keep the best talent in the field. Success at this aspect of management is not a matter of luck; instead, there is both an art and a science to recruiting, developing and retaining high-caliber staff. Here’s an overview of the five key components to this essential skill: Attract the best talents The first step to attracting the most talented employees is to see HR’s function as integral with the company’s branding; job candidates with excellent skills are going to be...

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Making Remote Teams Productive

Posted by on Feb 14, 2014 in Featured, Individuals, Miscellaneous, Organizations, Women | 0 comments

Making Remote Teams Productive

Teams are the moving parts of larger organizations. Today, more than three quarters of knowledge workers do their work always or frequently in virtual teams. WHY IS THIS HAPPENING ? Global companies want to bring skills and knowledge from all over the world to bear on a project. They cluster many experts and support staff in “centers of excellence” where they have the support to be most productive. This lets the company tap global expertise to meet any challenge. Workers based in a center of excellence usually participate in...

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